Hyvolution – Entwicklung eines zweistufigen Bioprozesses zur Produktion von Wasserstoff aus Biomasse – Modigell – 2007 – Chemie Ingenieur Technik – Wiley Online Library


Hyvolution – Entwicklung eines zweistufigen Bioprozesses zur Produktion von Wasserstoff aus Biomasse – Modigell – 2007 – Chemie Ingenieur Technik – Wiley Online Library.

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Über hinterauer

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2 Antworten zu Hyvolution – Entwicklung eines zweistufigen Bioprozesses zur Produktion von Wasserstoff aus Biomasse – Modigell – 2007 – Chemie Ingenieur Technik – Wiley Online Library

  1. hinterauer schreibt:

    Noch in der Entwicklungsphase, jedoch der Lösung nahe. Auch für Abfallprodukte aus Kohlenwasserstoff brauchbar.

  2. hinterauer schreibt:

    1) Right now a lot of people in Scotland, Iceland & Denmark are actually
    using electrolytically derived H2!Perhaps you could share with the other readers
    as to why the addition of an electric current and a few drops of H2SO4 or
    NaCl (or other ioniser such as sewage), to water will not generate copious H2.
    Any form of turbine could be used – solar/ steam turbine, wind turbine alone,
    tidal, wave all seem to work just fine. Shell has a large H2 project, including
    gas filling stations. However I see use of H2 more of an energy storage
    strategy, direct electricity would be better over short distances. Can you give
    us an idea of the H2 producing efficiency of the electrolysis of acid-doped
    water?.

    2) There are a whole bunch of patents for genetically
    engineered cyanophyta to augment their oil (lipid) content to 60%!
    Algae are being made to directly produce octane! The ethanol route (anyway)
    suffers from the need to boil off the ethanol (from high specific heat water)
    using bagasse or other fuel source, and also involves devoting land
    that should be growing food to one of fuel production. This puts the price of
    food up and causes social unrest..

    3)Are you conceding that the CO2 problem is now solved.? I am aware of
    the greenhouse problem concerning freon, SF6 & N2O & other industrial
    gases. Except for N2O these can be solved by legislation. The N2O problem is now
    beng partly solved by USDA by coating the urea in fertilizer in a
    slow time release capsule. Methane is a „different kettle of fish“ & may
    entail cessation of the use of the paddy field & also going vegetarian. Lots
    of tofu to look forward to!

    4)Enlighten us!

    5)The carbon cycle, for all it’s labyrinthine complexities, can
    be oversimplified into a „two carbon molecules“ in a box
    model“. One carbon particle is attached to the floor of the box (fossil fuels
    & limestone). The other particle oscillates between biosphere,
    detritus & atmosphere. 3/4 of time it is in the biosphere &
    „detrivosphere“(box floor), maybe 1/4 of time (or less) it is in the atmosphere
    as CO2. If the fossilised carbon „molecule“ is also released during
    combustion or calcining., the concentration of carbon in the atmosphere of the
    box can increase by 100%. Carbonising the detritus would remove all carbon
    from the air.

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